New Releases
  • Shirley Jump on The Instant Family Man and Being Ready for a New Baby! Posted on June 10, 2015

    by Shirley Jump, author of The Instant Family Man My June release, The Instant Family Man, is all about whether Luke Barlow is ready or not for the child who has just dropped into his life. Oh, how ... Read More…

  • Michele Hauf on Character Origins and The Vampire’s Fall Posted on June 10, 2015

    by Michele Hauf, author of The Vampire’s Fall I’ve written a lot of heroes. This year I celebrated my 50th book with Harlequin (April: Moonlight and Diamonds), and that’s a lot of heroes. The majority of them ... Read More…

  • What’s A Hero? Posted on June 2, 2015

    by Lauren Dane, author of Back to You. Heroes. Yeah, that’s the ticket! What’s not to love about a guy with the heroine squarely on his mind? In ... Read More…

  • What Lies Behind What Lies Behind Posted on May 28, 2015

    by J.T. Ellison, author of What Lies Behind On July 24, 2013, I read a story about a young med school student named Paul DeWolf who’d been killed in his apartment. No motive, no witnesses, no suspects. By all ... Read More…

  • June New Releases Posted on May 26, 2015

    Time to welcome the warm summer months with books perfect for reading outside in the shade, on the beach, or just anywhere you go to relax. Our June books feature new releases from Linda Lael Miller, Susan Wiggs, Maisey Yates ... Read More…

  • 5 Things You Should Probably Know About Marcus Cynster Posted on May 25, 2015

    by Amy Loosemore, Harlequin.com Team Stephanie Laurens is back with a powerful new hero in A Match for Marcus Cynster, the latest novel in her beloved Cynsters family series. So what you can expect from Marcus? Here are five ... Read More…

  • Top Ten Reasons One Cut Deeper Features a Dog Posted on May 22, 2015

    by Joely Sue Burkhart, author of One Cut Deeper (Carina Press) About two and a half years ago, we brought home a puppy we finally named KoKoKoNa (Koko + Kona Bean) aka my three monsters couldn’t settle on a single name ... Read More…

  • Sensory Overload: Blood Money Series Inspiration & the Future of the Faradays Posted on May 19, 2015

    by Edie Harris, author of Ripped (Carina Press) Every author has her process: a place to write, a time of day, a certain drink or snack or reward system for getting those daily words in. I have a process, too, ... Read More…

  • Sex Education in the Tang Dynasty Posted on May 15, 2015

    by Jeannie Lin, author of A Dance with Danger An early scene in A Dance with Danger provides a small glimpse into the ordinary world of the Tang Dynasty. Jin-mei, a magistrate’s daughter, is about to be ... Read More…

  • Friends-to-Lovers in London Posted on May 12, 2015

    by Anne Calhoun, author of Working With Heat (COSMOPOLITAN Red-Hot Reads from Harlequin) I normally write about hot military heroes, with the occasional cop or FBI agent thrown in, but every so often a girl likes a little variety. ... Read More…